Enough to develop Muslim world’s economy
By Latheef Farook
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by Vladimir Radyuhin
On Sunday, Crimea voted to split away from Ukraine and return to the Russian fold. For a vast majority of Crimea’s Russian-speaking population this is an act of redressing a monumental injustice that happened in 1991 when Crimea, which geographically, ethnically and historically is more Russian than many regions of Russia itself, became part of a
foreign state as the Soviet Union broke up along arbitrarily drawn administrative borders.
However, reuniting a divided people may not have been the prime motive that forced President Vladimir Putin’s hand in Crimea. The Ukraine crisis is viewed in Moscow as a continuation of the Western plan to encircle Russia militarily and torpedo its reintegration efforts in the former Soviet Union.
The new leaders in Kiev installed with the West’s support are the same people who staged the “orange revolution” in Ukraine in 2004 and set Ukraine on the path of NATO membership.
Ukraine’s induction into NATO would be a strategic catastrophe for Russia. NATO would come within 425 kilometres of Moscow, cut off Russia from the Black Sea and the Mediterranean, and squeeze it out of the Caucasus.
Conservative Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, whose ideas of Russia’s Eurasianism as opposed to Western ultra-liberalism increasingly resonate in the Kremlin, views the current upheaval in Ukraine as “the battle of the unipolar world of U.S. hegemony against Russia.”
“Whereas in Libya we shunned the battle, because we had [President Dmitry] Medvedev at the helm, in Syria and Ukraine we have taken up the gauntlet,” Prof. Dugin wrote last month.
In Ukraine, Mr. Putin made the same point he has been driving home in Syria: regime change by force is illegal. When Western nations hailed the overthrow of a democratically elected government in Ukraine as “a democratic free choice of the Ukrainian people,” Mr. Putin’s reply was: Crimea also has the right to make its own free choice.
The West pushed Mr. Putin too far in Ukraine, which is more than just a former Soviet state. It is where the Russian nation was born — in medieval “Kievan Rus” — and it is still part of the “Russian world.” The West’s efforts to bring Ukraine into its orbit were viewed in Moscow as an encroachment on Russia itself.
“For Russia, it is not just a red line; it’s a solid double red line that no one is permitted to cross,” said Fyodor Lukyanov, Chairman of Russia’s authoritative Council on Foreign and Defence Policy.
Ukraine, the second most powerful economy in the former Soviet Union, is a linchpin to Mr. Putin’s plan to build the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), a Moscow-led version of the European Union. The U.S. denounced the plan as a disguised attempt to re-create the Soviet Union and vowed to disrupt it.
“There is a move to re-Sovietize the region,” Hillary Clinton said in 2012, when she was still U.S. Secretary of State. “It’s not going to be called that. It’s going to be called a Customs Union, it will be called Eurasian Union and all of that.”
“But let’s make no mistake about it,” she added. “We know what the goal is and we are trying to figure out effective ways to slow down or prevent it.”
An “effective way” to wreck Mr. Putin’s project was found when the European Union offered Ukraine an “either-or” choice between closer ties with Europe or membership in Mr. Putin’s EEU. As former U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote years ago, “Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be an empire in Eurasia.”
Mr. Yanukovych used the E.U. talks for a free trade and association pact in order to play Europe against Russia in an attempt to get the best deals from both sides, but overplayed his hand. When he scuttled the E.U. pact last November in favour of a multi-billion Russian aid package, Ukrainians felt robbed of their hopes for prosperous life in affluent Europe. It was an illusion assiduously nurtured by Western politicians and the media, but Mr. Yanukovych’s turnaround triggered mass protests that eventually brought down his kleptocratic and inept regime.
Apart from geopolitical compulsions, Moscow’s support for Crimea’s breakaway bid was driven by important domestic considerations. The protests in Ukraine, manipulated as they were by the West, reflected the rise of grass-root civic activity against corruption and authoritarianism — the same problems that bedevil Russia and that brought thousands of anti-government protesters onto the streets of Moscow two years ago. By intervening in Ukraine, Mr. Putin sought to stop the surging pro-democracy wave from spilling over to Russia.
Mr Putin is widely expected to seek a fourth presidential term in 2018. However, the protest rallies against his return to presidency in 2012 were a sign of growing wariness with his rule. A poll conducted by the respected Levada Centre last year found that half of Russians would like to see a new leader in 2018. A multi-thousand-strong rally in Moscow at the weekend showed that anti-Putin sentiments are still strong among West-oriented urbanites.
However, overall, Russians support Mr. Putin’s policy on Crimea’s reunification. A March survey showed that Mr. Putin’s approval ratings rose by 10 per cent in one month and were at the highest level in years.
Experts said Mr. Putin needs a new agenda to retain voter support — reassembly of lost Russian lands. “Putin has exhausted the limit of people’s gratitude for having saved the country from chaos and ruin,” said Prof. Dugin. “He needs a new future-oriented strategy to re-establish his legitimacy. Eurasian integration of the former Soviet space would give him such strategy.”
Mr. Putin’s intervention in Ukraine has brought Russia strategic gains but is fraught with serious risks.
Crimea’s reunification with Russia solves the problem of the Black Sea Fleet, which Ukraine’s new leaders vowed to shut down and for which there is no other basing location that does not freeze in winter. Russia retains strategic grip on the region and ability to project its naval power to the Mediterranean and beyond.
The Ukraine and Western powers said they would not recognise Crimea’s split from Ukraine, but Russia argued that Kosovo’s self-proclaimed independence from Serbia provided legitimate precedent. Moscow recalled the 2010 ruling by the U.N. International Court of Justice, which said that unilateral declaration of independence by a part of a country did not violate international law.
The example of Crimea has inspired other Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine to demand greater powers from the centre. If Ukraine switches from a unitary state to a federation, the pro-Russia regions will get the right to block any sharp swing of the country towards the West.
At the same time there is a risk of Ukraine sinking into chaos. Mr. Yanukovych’s downfall left Ukraine in shatters. The country is bankrupt and heading for default. The new authorities’ shaky grip on power may weaken further as they embark on harsh austerity measures to qualify for urgent assistance from the International Monetary Fund and Western governments.
The rise of far right and neo-Nazi groups, who spearheaded deadly clashes in Kiev last month, widened the chasm between Ukraine’s pro-Russia southeast and nationalist west. If Ukraine breaks up along the east-west divide, its western part will join NATO. This would be a dubious victory for Russia.
Russia’s relations with the West are fast deteriorating, but how far they will slide back is an open question. “The West and Russia have sailed into uncharted waters,” said Dmitry Trenin, head of the Carnegie Moscow Centre.
The analyst predicted that U.S.-Russia geopolitical rivalry will intensify and affect their collaboration on Syria, Iran and Afghanistan. “Although the static military confrontation is unlikely to be resurrected, nuclear deterrence will be reaffirmed, and competition in the military sphere will spread to other areas, from cyberspace to conventional prompt global strike,” Mr. Trenin wrote in Foreign Policy.
Economic sanctions the U.S. and Europe threaten to impose against Russia will push it further towards China, experts said. India may also benefit from Russia’s pivot to the East, winning greater access to Russian energy resources and speeding up talks for a free trade agreement.
It is symbolic that the new round of East-West confrontation centred on Crimea, home to the 1945 Yalta Conference, at which the Soviet Union made its World War Two allies recognise its security interests far beyond its borders.
Keywords: Russia-Crimea bilateral relations, Crimea political situation, Vladimir Putin, 1945 Yalta Conference
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ஆக்கிரமிக்கப்பட்ட ஜெரூஸலம் நகரில் தூதரகமும் திறப்பு ; இது இஸ்லாமிய பூமியில் வரலாற்றில் பழங்குடி வர்க்கத்தைச் சேர்ந்த சவூதி ஆட்சியின் முடிவுக்கான ஆரம்பமா?
சவூதி அரேபியா தலைமையிலான மத்திய கிழக்கின்; எல்லா அரசுகளும் இஸ்ரேலுடன் இரகசிய உறவுகளைக் கொண்டுள்ளன. தற்போது சவூதி அரோபியா ஒரு படி வெளிப்படையாக முன்னேறி இஸ்ரேலுடன் முழு அளவிhன இராஜதந்திர உறவுகளைத் தொடங்கியுள்ளது.Read more
லத்தீப் பாரூக் :
தமிழ் முஸ்லிம் ஐக்கியத்துக்காக அயராது உழைக்கும் கண்ணியவான் அரசியல்வாதியான அப்துல் றசாக் மன்சூரை தென் கிழக்கு பல்கலைக்கழகம் அண்மையில் தனது பட்டமளிப்பு விழாவின் போது கௌரவ கலாநிதி பட்டம் வழங்கி கௌரவித்துள்ளது. நேர்மையான அரசியல,; நாட்டின் ஒருமைப்பாட்டுக்கான அர்ப்பணம் என்பனவற்றுக்காகவே இந்த கௌரவம் வழங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.Read more
இலங்கை முஸ்லிம் சமூகம் இன்றைய காலகட்டத்தில் முன்னொரு போதும் இல்லாத அளவில் அரசியல் மற்றும் சமய ரீதியிலான தலைமைத்துவ பிரச்சினைக்கு முகம் கொடுத்துள்ளது. முஸ்லிம் சமூகம் கொந்தளிக்கும் பல பிரச்சினைகளுக்கு தீர்வு காணப்பட வேண்டிய ஒரு காலகட்டத்தில் அதற்குத் தேவையான தலைமைத்துவ வழிகாட்டல்கள் இன்றி தத்தளித்துக் கொண்டிருக்கின்றது.Read more
யாழ்ப்பாணத்தில் இனரீதியாக சுத்திகரிக்கப்பட்ட முஸ்லிம்கள் பற்றி சிந்தித்துப் பார்க்க தமிழ் அரசியல்வாதிகளுக்கு நல்லதோர் தருணம்.
- லத்தீப் பாரூக்
தேர்தல் வாக்குறுதிகளை நிறைவேற்றுவதில் மந்த கதியான ஒரு போக்கு காணப்படுவதாக குற்றம் சாட்டப்பட்டு வரும் வேளையில், நாட்டின் 68வது தேசிய தின நிகழ்வில் தமிழில் தேசிய கீதம்Read more
இலங்கையின் பல தசாப்த கால இனவாத அரசியலின் உற்பத்தியாகத் தான் இன்றைய பிரதான ஊடகங்கள் காணப்படுகின்றன. இலங்கையின் பிரதான சமூகங்கள் பிளவு பட்டு இன்றைய துரதிஷ்டவசமான சூழ்நிலைகள் உருவாக வழி வகுத்ததும் இதே இனவாத அரசியல் தான்.Read more
லத்தீப் பாரூக் :
1979 இல் சோவியத் யூனியன் (ரஷ்யா) சிதைவுற்ற பின் மனித வரலாற்றில் இதுவரை அறிந்திராத ஒரு இராணுவ பலம் மிக்க நாடாக அமெரிக்கா பரிணமிக்கத் தொடங்கியது. இரும்புத் திரை நாடென அறியப்பட்ட ரஷ்யாவின் வீழ்ச்சிக்குப் பின் உலகம் முழுவதும் ஜனநாயகம் தலைத்தோங்கும் அமைதியும் சுதந்திரமும் தாண்டவமாடும் என உலக மக்கள் அனைவரும் கனவு கண்டனர்.
ஆனால் ஆயுத உற்பத்தி, எண்ணெய் வளம், வங்கித்துறை, நிதித்துறை, கைத்தொழில் துறை,Read more
முஸ்லிம் ஒருவருக்கு சொந்தமான ஒரு நகைக்கடையில் பௌத்த மதத்தை சேர்ந்த ஒருவருடன் வாய்த்தகராறு நடக்கிறது. வாய்த்தகராறில் ஈடுபட்டவருக்கு ஆதரவாக பௌத்த மதத்தை சேர்த்தவர்கள் ஒன்று கூடுகிறார்கள். சில மணித்தியாலங்களில் அந்த கடை அடித்து சேதமாக்கி அழிக்கப்படுகிறது. இதன் விளைவாக ஒரு பௌத்த பிக்கு எரிக்கப்பட்டுவிடுகிறார்.Read more
ஐ.நாவில் நிறைவேறிய நாள் 29 நவம்பர் 1947; நீதி சிதைக்கப்பட்டதும் அநியாயம் தலை எடுத்ததும் பின்னர் நிரூபிக்கப்பட்டது
மனித வரலாற்றில் மிகவும் இருள் சூழ்ந்த தினமாக 29 நவம்பர் 1947 பதிவாகியுள்ளது. அன்றைய நாளில் தான் அமெரிக்காவின் அப்போதைய ஜனாதிபதி ஹரி.எஸ்.ட்ரியுமன் தலைமையில் வழிநடத்தப்பட்டRead more
by Lateef Farooq :
Is President Tayyib Erdogan taking Turkey in the same destructive path that assassinated Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi took Libya and turned that prosperous country into a waste land and Syria’s butcher Bashar Al Assad who destroyed the entire country only to protect his barbarous regime?
This is the question now being asked in view of the hard line policy adopted by President Erdogan to crush saner voice of the people.Read more
In its millennia of history, the inhabitants and rulers of the city of Jerusalem have changed countless times, from ancient pagans to Biblical Israelites to Byzantine Christians to Ottoman Muslims.
The Ottoman Turks took control of the city in 1517, absorbing it into their empire, which stretched across swaths of North Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Walls built around the perimeter in 1538 by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent contain what is today called the Old City, which is divided into Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Armenian Quarters.
These photos capture the city in the final years of Ottoman rule, when it was the seat of an administrative district called the Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem, part of a broader region called Palestine. During this period, successive waves of Jewish immigration tipped the population of the city to firmly Jewish-majority.
In 1917, four centuries after first coming under Ottoman control, the city and surrounding territory was captured by the British, and a mandate was established.
The British administered Mandatory Palestine until rising Arab and Jewish nationalist tensions led to the Civil War and Arab-Israeli War of 1947-1948 and the establishment of the Jewish state of Israel in 1948.
Ameerul Mu'mineen" Umar ibnul Khattab (ra), the second Khalifah of Islam said "Get used to a tough life, for luxury does not last forever"
"I have never regretted my silence. As for my speech I've regretted it many times" - —Umar ibnul Khattab (ra)
“Allah loves moderation and hates extravagance and excess.”Umar Ibn Khattab (ra) "I thought of all types of wealth, but couldn't find a better wealth than contentment in a little" - — Umar ibnul Khattab (ra)Read more